The Northwestern Cognitive Science Program offers fellowship support for graduate students engaged in interdisciplinary research in cognitive science. These three-quarter fellowships are awarded competitively, based on the quality of research proposed, on the candidate's qualifications, and on the interdisciplinarity of the research. Click below to learn more details about their advanced research.
We have an exciting and diverse series of talks with leading cognitive scientists from discussing their research for a wide audience. All of our talks are open to the public, and everyone is welcome to stay for a reception and informal discussion after each talk.
Meanings, Most, and MassIn the talk, I will discuss a series of studies that show how experimental methods can help adjudicate between provably equivalent but procedurally distinct specifications of word meanings, focusing on 'most' and 'more'.
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM, Evanston
Prof. Daniel Smith (Purdue) will be presenting.
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM, Evanston
The Media Equation revisited: Do we really treat computers like people? Nass and Reeves argue that people respond to a computer as if t...
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM, Evanston
Please join us for the Film and Philosophy Society's third showing of Winter Quarter: the 2004 sci-fi film Primer! Directed by former m...